Suga of BTS, whose real name is Min Yoon-gi, gave a big gift on his birthday to help people affected by the terrible earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. On March 9, the rapper Daechwita turned 30, and a kind person gave him a gift to make the day special.
A non-government organization (NGO) called Save the Children wrote, “On his birthday, the BTS rapper gave a generous donation of 100 million Won, which is about $75,900.”
This isn’t the first birthday gift Suga has given. During his time as a musician, the BTS member has given money to help people affected by wildfires, kids with cancer, COVID-19 prevention efforts, and other causes.
BTS’ Suga celebrates its birthday with a generous donation
Suga from BTS has once again made a lot of people happy by giving 100 million won to help Turkey and Syria. The money will be used by the NGO to help children in need.
Foundation under ARMY name.
2020- Donated 100M won to fight the spread of Covid to Hope Bridge.
Under his influence ARMYS donated over 500M Won over a weekend!
2021- to help children with cancer who couldn't afford treatments he donated 100M W to a hospital in Daegu! pic.twitter.com/COSuk40r7m
— SUGA STREAM (@932220SG) March 8, 2023
The South Korean rapper and singer, who is 30, hopes that by giving money, he can help the children who have been hurt by the earthquake. He said in a detailed statement:
“So many children and families have suffered great damage from this earthquake. I send my condolences to the survivors and victims. I hope that this becomes at least a bit of help to children affected by the earthquake and hope this [donation] is used to provide relief goods for children.”
Save the Children will use the money to buy winter blankets, mattresses, school supplies, and other things that kids in the affected areas need.
When it was his birthday last year, Suga gave 100 million Won to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association. He has also helped people in need by giving money to the Korean Youth Cancer Foundation, 39 orphanages, and a lot of other groups.
Fans of the Agust D singer are very proud of him, and you can see them on social media praising him and celebrating the big day. The K-pop star from Daegu shared his birthday with fans through a Weverse live session, just like the rest of BTS.
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During Suga’s deep conversation with fans, his bandmates Jimin, J-Hope, and Jungkook decided to mess up the live session by having fun in the comments. The members of BTS wished Suga a happy birthday and continued to tease him with the famous “Yoongi Marry Me” comment. This is a running joke in which BTS fans, known as ARMYs, randomly propose to Yoongi.